1 hr ago
See details of Melching's planned April 27 Sappi demolition, dealing with asbestos
Melching Inc. environmental and demolition experts understand the concern over bringing down two remaining smokestacks on the former Sappi paper mill property in April.
Trending on the Topix Network
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Join live chat at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday and ask experts anything about veterans issues
If you've got questions about veterans issues, we're going to have the experts here at MLive Muskegon Chronicle at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Public services union alleges Muskegon Family Care fired employees...
One the nation's largest public services employee unions has filed a complaint against a Muskegon-area federal health center, alleging that the facility retaliated against employees for organizing.
Blowing and drifting snow, arctic air and record warmth
Blowing and drifting snow , arctic air and record warmth top the list of West Michigan weather events on this day in history .
The best doughnut in Muskegon? Ryke's Bakery taking lead in local 'Michigan's Best' poll
Ryke's Bakery in Muskegon is in the lead of our local poll, which will help statewide entertainment reporter John "Gonzo" Gonzalez plan the itinerary for "Michigan's Best Doughnut" search.
See what motivated students are up to at Muskegon Career Tech Center open house
High school students interested in getting a jump start on a career or just interested in a different learning option are encouraged to attend a public open house Thursday at the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center.
Lookback: Safe-cracking in 1960s not all it was cracked up to be
Cash was king here in the 1960s and local businesses often stored their profits in safes overnight.
Stopped heart restarted: Norton Pines staffers, members use defib device, CPR to revive man
Thanks to the club staff's training in lifesaving measures, the presence of portable lifesaving devices called automated external defibrillators , and Bourdon's quick use of one combined with CPR and other teamwork by staff and club members, a man's life was saved.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Weekly gas report: Muskegon-area fuel prices stabilize, national numbers continue to 'spring ahead'
The average price for regular, unleaded fuel in West Michigan is $3.72, according to Monday's AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
Muskegon-area teens work to empower their peers during second annual youth summit
For weeks this academic year, more than a dozen adolescents gathered regularly, planning a day-long event to empower their peers and uplift their community.
Midday Muskegon headlines: Pigeon Hill's brewing, Aero Med called to crash, Marine recruiting
For years, local craft beer fans watched as microbreweries opened in West Michigan communities and across Michigan, longing for an outlet in Muskegon.
Sappi updates: Muskegon commission to hear demolition plan Monday; DEQ public meeting Thursday
This will be a week full of public information and discussion on the environmental conditions on the former Sappi paper mill property as owner Melching Inc. concludes demolition activities this year.
Muskegon's St. Patrick's Day Parade going green in march through downtown
The parade will start at 11 a.m. at the intersection of 4th Street and Clay Avenue.
Healthy Muskegon food initiative looks to ramp up efforts by creating ...
Healthy Muskegon project promoters hope to take the community effort for proper nutrition for children in Muskegon and Muskegon Heights to a much larger scale.
Muskegon morning weather and road report: Finally! Sunny skies, high near 50 degrees and clear roads
If all goes as forecasted, today, March 10 in Muskegon County will be pleasant -- a high near 49 degrees and sunny skies for the majority of the day.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
St. Patrick's Day Party organizers 'thrilled' to see people support Michigan Irish Music Festival
If there is ever a time during the weeks before St. Patrick's Day to enjoy delicious food, dance the night away and have lots of fun, that time was at the annual St. Patrick's Day Party in downtown Muskegon this weekend.
GVSU seeks new energy center director in Muskegon as Arn Boezaart faces retirement
Grand Valley State University is searching for a new director of its Muskegon-based Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center as current director Arn Boezaart will retire June 30. Boezaart is ending a 44-year professional career in Muskegon County after spending the past five years directing the energy center and business incubator facility ... (more)
Michigan fisheries trust fund grant to create fully-accessible fishing pier on Muskegon Lake
Universal access to Muskegon Lake for all area residents will take a giant step forward with a Great Lakes Fishery Trust Fund grant.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Today's top headlines: Arrest on embezzlement charge, boys...
The former vice president of business operations at Trace Analytical Laboratories Inc., a Muskegon environmental lab, is being charged with felony embezzlement from the company.
Children, parents discover Buster Keaton at Muskegon Museum of Art
Parents and children rediscovered a corner of Muskegon County on Saturday, March 8 with the Muskegon Museum of Art's gallery opening, crafts and film showing.